Risks and complications in assisted reproduction techniques: Report of an ESHRE consensus meeting

  • Land J
  • Evers J
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Assisted reproduction technique (ART) is an efficacious treatment in subfertile couples. So far little attention has been paid to the safety of ART, i.e. to its adverse events and complications. The consensus meeting on Risks and Complications in ART held in Maastricht in May 2002 focused on four topics: multiple pregnancies, long-term effects of ART on women, effects of ART on offspring, and morbidity/mortality registries.

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  • ART complications
  • ART risks
  • Congenital malformations
  • Elective single embryo transfer
  • Multiple pregnancy

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  • J. A. Land

  • J. L H Evers

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